Bride’s shoes have shown you in our bridal gown guide which shapes are available and which ones are best for your figure. Not all shoes are harmonious for every silhouette. Empire bridal gown: Since this cut is very long and visually tends to compress through the cut below the chest, at least mini heels are recommended here.
A-line bridal gown: With this shape you can choose between all models, unless: you are very small, then a shoe that stretches you visually would be more useful. Ball Gown: Since this dress is very pompous, you will not see your shoes. So choose what you’re after. Mermaid Wedding Dress: High shoes are a must.
The Color Of The Bride’s Shoes
The bride’s shoes are important in any case. First buy your wedding dress and then the shoes. Exception: You want to treat yourself to a pair of designer wedding shoes and therefore have to choose your dress for your dream shoe. But let’s start with the opposite case. A sure number is to take the same color choice as your wedding dress does. So if it’s snow white, choose the same color on the wedding shoes. Ivory and creamy white? This bites and looks inharmonious.
The dress is very figure-hugging and continues from the calf. Flat wedding shoes can make even slender, tall women look unfavorable. Narrow wedding dress: Mostly one does not see the shoes here either. If you are rather curvy built (oval shape), access to shoes with a (small) paragraph. Lean women can wear flat shoes as long as they are tall.
Ornaments Of Bride’s Shoes
Bride’s shoes make sense if you first orientate yourself to your dress. Is it opulently decorated? Then choose a simple shoe. If you dispense with pearls, bows and embroidery, you may like to be more pompous on your feet. Elaborate appliqués on the buckles or straps adorned with rhinestones or bows.